Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers.
This week … has your school reached an ed tech plateau? Check out the article at the bottom of this list for some tips on how to “move the needle”. George Couros shares lots of encouraging changes we’ve seen in our schools so far in the first decade and a half of this new millenium. We have a great piece from Ken Bauer on giving students an authentic voice. I’m pretty excited about launching the Flipped Educator Spotlight video series and included a link to that here as well, along with plenty of other info, resources, etc. It’s snowing here in NY as I write this on Saturday … I guess winter has arrived (regardless of the date), and it’ll be Christmas Day when I post the next Wrap! Wow, time flies. It has been another fun year though, with much thanks to all of you for your readership, your comments, and your passion for continuing to learn and grow as educators! – KW
Faculty Development in the Age of Digital, Connected Learning
Canva Adds Awesome New Features!
Giving Students an Authentic Voice
Acknowledging Change in Schools (in this new millennium), by @gcouros
Tell us who stands out as the ‘NextGeneration’ of school technology leaders
How a Trump administration could back revolutionary education technology
Smarthistory and Khan Academy Bring Art History to Life [“an oldie but a goodie” – KW]
Introducing … the new Flipped Educators Spotlight Videos!
[email protected]: 25 Edu Family Games for the Holidays
Thinking inside the box: putting digital learning in ANY classroom ANYWHERE
New program gets students excited about coding
Making Digital Literacy Measurable and Attainable
Has Your School Reached an Edtech Plateau? Here’s the Key to Moving the Needle